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Launch date announced for Inis Publications first book

Launch date announced for Inis Publications first book

Inis Publications first project is a series of Irish legends for children re-told by Trish Hegarty, and beautifully illustrated in a Celtic style by Inishowen artist, John Quigley. The book are aimed as early readers for 6-9 year olds, and to be read aloud to younger children, and they are written in a simple story-telling…

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Foyle Port backs innovative “theatre on the train” project

Foyle Port backs innovative “theatre on the train” project

Take the trip of a lifetime on the Coleraine-Derry train this summer, with a ticket for a live performance of ‘The Farmer and the Fisherman’, a unique theatre experience supported by Foyle Port and Translink as part of the Derry~Londonderry City of Culture 2013 celebrations. The show will run from 3rd – 9th June and…

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Children’s Charity to walk Camino for new centre

An Irish children’s charity is issuing an urgent appeal for volunteers to walk the Camino in Spain, to raise funds for a new Dublin centre. The Guardian Project, which already has a centre in Arklow, Co Wicklow, helps children cope with divorce and bereavement. “We need to raise a minimum of €30,000 to support existing…

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Why the “Discovery Zone” is right for you….

The Discovery Zone is different to other ‘start your own business’ or ‘back to work’ programmes. Yes, it is aimed at helping you develop your own business ideas or helping your career get back on track, but it’s also way more than a training course… Discovery Zone is highly intensive and it’s focused around helping…

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Donegal graduates invited to enter the “Discovery Zone”

Have you graduated from third level education in the past 5 years? Are you frustrated that you haven’t found a job which uses your skills, talents and college education? Would you like a chance to “discover” new business and career opportunities? Then check out the Discovery Zone – a 12-week programme which aims to help…

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3 ways to save time on social media

Despite the benefits of social media, some days it can be difficult to find time to get any posting done. On the other hand, there are days when we spend more time than we can really afford Tweeting, Sharing and keeping up to date with our connections. Here are 3 easy ways to be more…

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How to start a blog – Step One….

Let me guess: you started another New Year with the firm resolution of getting your own blog up and running, but a month and a half later and you still haven’t got around to it…… Don’t give yourself a hard time, but do take some action to help you make progress. Create your own blog…

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3 good reasons to outsource your social media posting:

Like most good business people, you probably understand that you need to post regular and relevant content to your social media because it boosts traffic to your website.  In addition to SEO, regular quality content on your social media also raises your business profile to specific target audiences. So what happens when your content doesn’t…

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5 ways Tarantino went wrong on C4 News:

It’s always entertaining to see an A list celebrity blow it big time. Yet, it’s still something of a surprise that they can let themselves down so badly despite living and working in a media world and years of experience giving interviews. Most of my clients are from the business and professional world, but I…

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